HI Folks, One of my students, Deb Rezanka has put together a bunch of info for python 2/3 that we'd like to review at tomorrow's telecon, including how to convert the MTT py code to this 2/3 stage, as well as how to set up virtual env's to allow for easy switching back and forth between a py 3.5
HI Folks, More info, grokking the IUdatabase python code and modified my input I seem to get to something, but then the http request to the database times out: Hmmokay I turned off my vpn and things got further but it looks like there's nothing at mtt.open-org: <<<
Hi Folks, Here's what I'm seeing with the boolean keyval issue: orking repo g...@github.com:open-mpi/ompi-tests Working final repo g...@github.com:open-mpi/ompi-tests LOGGING results for ASIS TestGet:IBM ASIS TestBuild:IBMInstalled DefaultTestBuild processing kvkey merge_stdout_stderr
the CherryPy version > running concurrently. Give that a try. > > I checked and the server is still running. > > > On Tue, Aug 23, 2016 at 10:53 AM, Howard Pritchard <hpprit...@gmail.com> > wrote: > >> HI Folks, >> >> More info, grokking the
-08-14 16:17 GMT-06:00 Howard Pritchard <hpprit...@gmail.com>: > Hi Josh, > > Okay, I changed the URL to submit and now get an interesting error back in > the raw output: > > Absolute URI not allowed if server is not a proxy. > > Also, what should be the format of th
Hi Josh, any idea if this is a problem with my ini file? Or is this more likely something specific to the setup of the cherrypy server at AWS. Just checking before trying to debug using the dockerized server approach. Howard 2017-08-16 10:35 GMT-06:00 Howard Pritchard <hpprit...@gmail.
Hi Folks, A certain individual is complaining about the fact that MTT repo currently is set to have github pages updates following every commit. I suspect fixing this requires intervention by someone with admin rights on the repo. Could we have this feature disabled? Howard
Hi Folks, Something seems to be borked up with the cherrypi server at aws.openmpi.org. If one tries to get a identifier via the cpy/api/serial, the cherrypy server experiences some kind of meltdone and reports this back as the HTTP response: Traceback (most recent call last): File